How To Care For Your Beard

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A beard is the easiest thing you can grow and many men think it requires the least amount of effort. This could not be farther from the truth. Growing and maintaining a beard is work; you don’t want to end up looking like a homeless man down the street, do you?

From oils to combs, the bread care market is exploding and you should take notice to keep those face whiskers in check. We show you how…Ustraa Beard WashWash your beard
You wash your face every morning and night, hopefully, so do the same with your beard. We recommend washing your beard with shampoo at least thrice a week. The hair on your head and face differs, and using your regular shampoo on your beard can strip your hair and cause breakage. Avoid this by using a beard shampoo that won’t dry out your skin underneath. You could use the Bread Wash by Ustraa.Ustraa Beard SoftnerCondition your beard
Your beard needs a little moisture so follow up washing with a conditioner or a softener. Apply a generous amount of Ustraa Beard Softener onto freshly washed bread and let it dry. We recommend this once a week.Ustraa Beard OilOil your beard
Continuous washing could make your bread more brittle. Replenish the skin with some natural oil. Use the Ustraa Mooch & Beard Oil Woody, and work it into your beard using your fingertips every day. The oil will penetrate deep into your skin and will stop dryness and itching. If you have sensitive skin and cannot wash your beard every day, using beard oil is the next best thing!Ustraa mooch waxStyle With Beard Wax
The longer your beard grows, the more trouble you will have controlling the smaller hair sticking out in all random directions. The beard wax helps weight down the hair and makes them look manageable. Combing through the facial hair at least once a day as soon as it gets long enough also helps to train the hair to grow easily in the direction you want. Use Ustraa’s Mooch Wax to style your facial hair.

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